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I want to ask what people think of target retirement funds, the ones that adjust from aggressive to conservative allocations as the target date looms.

I saw T. Rowe Price Retirement 2020 (TRRBX) recommended---was it in a MF article? That happens to be the year my 3-yr-old leaves for college. It seems appealing (yes, the fund, not the daughter moving out). Although TRRBX is marketed as a retirement fund, does it also make sense for college savings?

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